Last Wednesday, Anniston prosecutor Jason Odom said, 192 people were scheduled to show up in municipal court, with 524 tickets or charges among them.
If it’s built the way proponents envision, a western Anniston institute honoring former U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher would cost $18.9 million, according to estimates by a city-hired architect.
Calhoun County Commission Chairman Tim Hodges said Thursday that his decision to run for revenue commissioner — cutting short his county commission term — was just as abrupt as it appeared.
An Oxford man will be required to pay $500 and write an apology after pleading guilty to harassing communication for his online comments about an Anniston city councilman.
Anniston school board members say they’re willing to meet with the public to explain why they’re against proposals to take Ward 4 out of the city, they’re wary about how that meeting would be conducted — and who has the authority to convene it.
If the Alabama Legislature votes to redraw the city limits of Anniston, Mayor Jack Draper said Tuesday, that decision could run afoul of the U.S. Constitution.
Anniston’s city government will open the Carver Community Center as a warming station tonight, following forecasts that show temperatures dropping well below freezing.
A Calhoun County man is suing the makers of the antidepressant Lexapro, claiming the drug played a role in a 2015 murder-suicide in Jacksonville — and local courts may soon make a decision on removing at least one drugmaker from the case.
Karen Roper, the county’s revenue commissioner since 2003, didn’t file the paperwork to qualify for a re-election run on Friday, the filing deadline. “This is going to be my last term,” Roper said Monday. “It’s time.”
Voters in Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District will have a choice of familiar faces in the 2020 election for U.S. House of Representatives.